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The Economics of Ethanol from Sweet Sorghum Using the MixAlco Process

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  • Lau, Michael H.
  • Richardson, James W.
  • Outlaw, Joe L.
  • Holtzapple, Mark T.
  • Ochoa, Rene F.

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The United States is becoming more dependent on ethanol production as a renewable fuel source to decrease dependency on foreign oil. The increase in demand for renewable fuels, due in part to the Energy Policy Act of 2005, has led to increased research on alternative renewable fuels from biomass. One such avenue of research has been the conversion of biomass to renewable fuels, and specifically sweet sorghum, as an ethanol fuel stock.

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Paper provided by Texas A&M University, Agricultural and Food Policy Center in its series Research Reports with number 42096.

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Date of creation: Aug 2006
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Handle: RePEc:ags:tamfrr:42096

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